[Numpy-discussion] Matrix dot product over an axis(for a 3d array/list of matrices)
Thu Jul 15 12:32:50 CDT 2010
>Could you place all Rot's into the same array and all the Trans's into the
Well I guess since they're all the same size. I would just have to do
array(a). But the result of the dot product of two 3d arrays is most
>>> a = numpy.ones((4,5,6))
>>> a = numpy.ones((10,4,4))
>>> b = numpy.ones((10,4,4))
>>> c = numpy.dot(a,b)
(10, 4, 10, 4) #Hmm, not what a newbie expects D:
>Yes, there is a trick for this using a multiply with properly placed
newaxis followed by a sum. It uses more memory but for stacks of small
arrays that shouldn't matter. See the post
Hmm, I'm not sure I understand what is being done there.
On 15 July 2010 12:45, John Salvatier <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Could you place all Rot's into the same array and all the Trans's into the
> same array? If you have the first index of each array refer to which array
> it is numpy.dot should work fine, since numpy.dot just does the dot product
> over the second to last and last indexes.
> On Thu, Jul 15, 2010 at 9:38 AM, Emmanuel Bengio <email@example.com>wrote:
>> I have a list of 4x4 transformation matrices, that I want to "dot with"
>> another list of the same size (elementwise).
>> Making a for loop that calculates the dot product of each is extremely
>> I thought that maybe it's due to the fact that I have thousands of
>> matrices and it's a python for loop and there's a high Python overhead.
>> I do something like this:
>> >> for a,b in izip(Rot,Trans):
>> >> c.append(numpy.dot(a,b))
>> Is there a way to do this in one instruction?
>> Or is there a way to do this all using weave.inline?
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